For once and probably only once in a lifetime, patrons can watch a football game at AT&T Stadium, home of the Dallas Cowboys, for a mere $25.
Even better is that all proceeds from the game that will feature the Cowboys and Houston Texans will go the United Way of Greater Houston Relief Fund. This organization works in coordination with the Red Cross and Salvation Army to provide aid to those impacted by Hurricane Harvey, which has destroyed the Texas Gulf coast.
TEXANS & COWBOYS TO MEET at 6 PM ON THURSDAY. CLUBS AND PLAYERS TO DONATE PROCEEDS TO HURRICANE HARVEY RELIEF EFFORTS pic.twitter.com/IPpbdjNDan
— James Palmer (@JamesPalmerTV) August 29, 2017
This final game of the preseason was to have originally been played at the NRG Stadium. Due to the overwhelming flooding happening in the surrounding areas, it was imperative that the game be moved.
The $25 ticket price to sit anywhere in the stadium should get fans packing the seats. Plus, there’s the added benefit that they will be assisting folks caught in what is currently a major natural disaster.